Links to the project page can be displayed on your department's page, a personal page or equivalent if the page has been "tagged" using for instance organisation ID and employee names. The page is also shown in relevant lists on umu.se/en/research.
How to edit the text on the page:
Enter the edit mode by going to your project page and logging in. The login can be found in the header of the page marked Login > Edit. Log in using your Umu-id. Then click the button "Edit page" in the middle of the page.
How to start a new research project page:
The information owner (informationsägare) of the intended page, usually the head of research or the doctoral student in a PhD project, fills in the relevant information in the template document found below. Once the document is complete, submit it to the content manager (innehållsansvarig) at the department or equivalent.
Template for web presentation of research project (Swedish version)
Template for web presentation of research project (English version)
The web editor is responsible for publishing the project page. When the page has been published, all listed members can edit the text themselves.
Information needed about the project
- Preamble (max 500 characters)
- Summary (max 600 characters)
- Research project description (max 2000 characters)
- Funding body
- Onset and end date
- The name of the head of research/project leader (in a PhD project, this role should be marked "Doctoral student").
- Name of project members (both employees at Umeå University and external parties)
Not least for accessibility reasons, Swedish text may not be published on the English pages of umu.se, or English text on Swedish pages. Exceptions are made for headlines and names.
Do not make the project description too long and be sure to use subheadings to help the reader.
Selectable additions on the project page
Web editors can add additional content to the project page, for instance a header image, other images or a film can be added to the description.
The web editor can also add related reading about members of the project or other projects at the bottom of the page. This could also be articles, portraits, news items or links to other projects or external collaborative partner web sites.
When not to use a project page
Please note that research groups and research infrastructures use other page types since research content can then be displayed in a structured manner on umu.se/en/research.
Examples of using the research project page type
Prerequisites for young managers: Leadership towards a good work environment and healthy workers
Aquatic environments at risk of developing pathogenic bacteria (PhD project)
DNA-metabarcoding of marine phytoplankton